The colony of beach homes on Sand Point Road adorns a splendid stretch of coastline between the Pacific Ocean and the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Preserve. Sparkling brightly among the strans of gems is the distinctive estate at 591 Sand Point Road. Designed by Andy Neumann and completed for the current owners in 2003, the main house and detached guest house have a total of five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half baths. The contemporary Cape Cod design features an exterior of bleached cedar shingles interplaying with white doors, trim and trellises. The interiors are defined by refined elegance, spacious volumes, generous fenestration and ease of circulation; these elements combine to create the ideal playground for light and views. Paned windows and doors open to extensive, exotic harwood decking. The overall architecural effect is one of subdued quiescence, a poignant counterpoint to the shifting energies of the ocean, which shares 190′ of frontage with the property.
Here are more photos of this magnificent ocean front home.